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Follow Up Reports
A follow-up process is conducted by MENAFATF on each country has undergone a Mutual Evaluation under the program of the 1st round. The Follow-up process means that the Plenary is, on a regular basis, being informed of the measures taken to address the deficiencies identified in the Mutual Evaluation Reports. The follow-up process aims at motivating and encouraging member countries to address the identified deficiencies in order to enhance the level of compliance and the effectiveness of AML/CFT systems and exiting the follow-up process within a reasonable time frame. The process requires the publication of the country’s follow-up report when it is decided to move it from the regular follow-up to the biennial update.